HUD Publishes FAQ on Section 221(d)(3) Limits for 2013


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HUD Publishes FAQ on Section 221(d)(3) Limits for 2013


HUD has published the following FAQ:
Q: Where can I find the 221(d)(3) limits for 2013?
A: Starting in 2013, Section 221(d)(3) program limits will no longer be calculated and published by HUD due to the elimination of the 221(d)(3) Mortgage Program. The HOME statute and the HOME regulation at 24 CFR 92.250(a) limit the amount of HOME funds that a PJ may invest in a HOME-assisted unit. The maximum HOME per-unit subsidy limit is set at the basic Section 221(d)(3)(ii) mortgage limit for elevator-type projects, by bedroom size (with adjustments up to 240% for “high cost” geographic areas).
Because HUD is no longer calculating 221(d)(3) limits, PJs must continue to use the 2012 published Section 221(d)(3) limits for all HOME projects, until further notice from the Office of Community Planning and Development at HUD. These limits were published in December 2011, and became effective January 1, 2012.
View 2012 Section 221(d)(3) limits for all HOME projects.
View all HOME FAQs.


IDIS 11.7 Release Notification


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IDIS 11.7 Release Notification


The 11.7 system release for IDIS Online will occur this Friday, February 28, 2014 starting at 9:00 PM ET.
View the IDIS Online 11.7 Release Notes and the IDIS Online 11.7 Release Notes for the HEROS Module which describe the changes that will go live in the system on March 3 as a result of the release. The release notes will also be posted in the News section in IDIS Online after deployment.


The Housing & Health Connection: Vision and Opportunity for Expanding HIV/AIDS Housing Webinar


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Health Connection: Vision and Opportunity for Expanding HIV/AIDS Housing Webinar


Host: HIV Health Reform
This is the first webinar in a series focusing on the connection between HIV/AIDS housing provision and health care through the Affordable Healthcare Act (ACA).
This webinar will provide a general overview of housing and health care with a focus on helping housing providers understand ACA within the context of sustaining and expanding housing options for persons living with HIV/AIDS. Presenters will provide an overview of specific health care models and strategies currently available to providers to expand both funding and programs. Future webinars will focus more in-depth on these key strategies.
When:

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

  • 2:00 - 3:30 PM EST
  • 1:00 -2:30PM CST
  • 12:00 -1:30PM MST
  • 11:00AM -12:30PM PST
Please note the correct time for your time zone!
Please click to register for this event.
Presenters:
  • Maggie Morgan, Health Law and Policy Fellow, Center for Health Law & Policy Innovation of Harvard Law School
  • Arturo Bendixen, Director, AIDS Foundation of Chicago’s Center for Housing and Health
  • Amy Rosenberg, Associate Director, Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation of Harvard Law School
  • Rusty Bennett, Executive Director, Collaborative Solutions
This Housing and ACA series is designed to:
  • Increase awareness among HIV/AIDS housing providers on health care changes and opportunities that exist as a result of health care reform to support, sustain, and develop new housing resources.
  • Provide a policy and practice housing and health framework that is connected to national strategies to further integrate housing and health practices and policies.
  • Educate HIV/AIDS housing providers on specific health care strategies and models that can be implemented to support housing related supportive services and direct housing assistance.
  • Provide model examples of organizational or system changes that are being used to support the expansion of HIV/AIDS housing efforts.